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Parenting Syles- HHS4M

A look at the basic Parenting Styles - created by Kristen Calibaba

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on 9 June 2010

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Transcript of Parenting Syles- HHS4M

PARENTING STYLES The Three Basic Syles of Parenting
Permissive Children Behave as well as they are treated PARENTHOOD
the transition to parenting and rearing a child. PARENTING STYLES
the patterns of socialization of children by parents based on the balance of power among parents and their children
Characterized by parental control and use of punishment
More punishment negatively affects the child's psychological adjustment, they feel rejected.

Characterized by warmth , support, acceptance, and indirect positive control of children
Children are better adjusted psychologically and have a better self-concept
characterized by few rules and by children controlling family situations
Warm and encouraging permissive parenting - children tend to be more irresponsible, impulisive, immature
Hostile and rejecting permissive parenting- children tend to be more flightly , anxious, emotionally impoverished\

is a renowed speaker and writter about parenting and raising children.
She is famous for her three styles of parenting anh how the effect children. Barbra Coloroso's Parenting Styles
Brick Wall
Brick wall is like - Authoritarian Jellyfish is like - Permissive Backbone is like- Authoritative Tne Brick Wall Family
is characterized by parents obsessed with order, control, and obedience.
Perfection is the goal and anything less is a disappointment. “I don’t know why you can’t get straight A's like your sister.”
love is conditional. “I know you would never behave that way at school, my child would never do that.” Kids are not taught to think for themselves, “Do you really like that outfit? You look much better in the other one.”
children from brick wall families lack self esteem and are often at risk of sexual promiscuity, drug abuse, and suicide.

The Jellyfish Family
is characterized by lack of structure, consistency, and safe boundaries. “He’s only a child, why should he have to do chores?”
is often chaos in the environment, a lack of structure and rules, and bribes and threats are often used. “I told you not to wear those high heels, you can’t even walk”
because of a lack of strong self esteem Coloroso says kids are at risk.

The Backbone Family
the six critical messages parents send to their children in the way they treat them:
1.I believe in you.
2.I trust you.
3.I know you can handle life situations.
4.You are listened to.
5.You are cared for.
6.You are very important to me.
Rules are established and changed as children grow. “You can decide if you go skiing or not, but if you do, you must wear a helmet.”
Children receive unconditional love. “I love spending time with you.”
Children are taught to think for themselves. “What are some ways you might solve that problem.”
Children are at low risk because of the on-going interactions with their parents that foster self esteem.
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